Thursday, February 07, 2019

Jackson County Courthouse Copes With Water Main Break Shut Down

In fairness, here's the PR version of an infrastructure disaster by way of statement from Exec Frank White . . .

Facing Extended Building Closure, Officials Say Jackson County Court Is 'Not Missing A Beat'

The Jackson County Courthouse will remain closed until February 19. County Executive Frank White announced the decision Thursday at the Independence, Missouri, branch of the courthouse. Many services and court hearings have been temporarily transferred to Independence after two water lines broke in less than a week at the downtown Kansas City location.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

How would Frank know? He’s never there.

Anonymous said...

#deferredmaintenance as a policy

And...why isn't City Hall across the street having these types of problems? Maybe, just maybe... we can learn about the vital importance of preventative care and stewardship here? Before people start getting injured in that place?

Anonymous said...

Though it is already far, far too late?

Anonymous said...

Nice of Frankie boy to make an appearance, glad he made it back from his taxpayer paid for Super Bowl vacation safe and sound, effing asshole